On the other hand, South African great Shamsi was roped in by RR midway as a replacement for Andrew Tye, and keeping in mind his potentials for the spin attack, he can be of the best use on the pitches of the UAE.
Young man Sakariya impressed people in his debut season and did well on the Sri Lanka tour as well and will most likely play with RR in their XI.
The experienced pacer of RR Jaydev Unadkat is expected to come up with some exclusive spells this time when he already stated that he was been working on some technicalities ahead of the UAE leg.
Talking about Tewatia, nobody can forget how he hit Sheldon Cottrell for five sixes in an over in IPL 2020 and he has shown on various occasions that he can get crucial breakthroughs for the team too.
Chris Morris needs six wickets to complete 100 wickets in IPL. He’ll become the first South African to get the landmark.
Pace all-rounders are mostly in demand both in national teams or franchise cricket but Dube has not been able to stand upright on his reputation and will be expected to come up well this time.
On the other hand, young Parag will also be expected to contribute with his quickfire cameos if not for lengthy knock.
It was only in 2020 that Miller was roped in by the RR franchise after being released by PBKS (then KXIP). However, he didn’t get his rightful chance in the last season but is highly expected to play along this time around.
Sanju Samson needs 120 runs to become the second player after Ajinkya Rahane to complete 2,500 runs for RR.
The left-handed batter from Mumbai played a gem of a knock against Punjab Kings. Opening the batting with Evin Lewis, there were times when he looked in far more control of the situation.
Liam Livingstone likes to play unorthodox shots and played some fancy shots in the last match against Punjab Kings. He got dismissed after scoring 25 runs from 17 deliveries.